Hi all. My name's Mike. I'm a Kiwi. I'm currently the Elementary IT coordinator and the International School of Tangayika in Tanzania. In August, I'm taking on a new role - tech director at a brand new school in Bahrain. I'm basically trying to get better at everything.
Hi there! I'm Nicole Medina and I've work in the multimedia department at the Lawrence Hall of Science, a science museum in Berkeley. I also do outreach for a non-profit company that provides open access of media and 3-D images of archaeology sites(http://www.cyark.org).
I stumbled upon the classroom 2.0 wiki and had a chance to go to the live conference in SF. I'm excited to hear all the new ideas and technologies that are coming out and hearing ideas and learning from people here!
Hi all - I'm Kieron Mullan and live in the UK. I found this site as a link from the e-learning handbook and looks like an ideal way of expanding my social network and importantly gain a better appreciation of web 2.0 technologies in sharing and delivering work based learning activities.
Look forward to seeing how Classroom 2.0 can help.
Just joined and eager to see what people are talking about and doing here. I'm especially interested in marrying the philosophy of open-source software to a new educational model. I maintain a website devoted to open-source education: www.affectedclapping.net
Hi everyone! My name is Danielle Carpenter, and I teach 7th grade English at Mt. Nittany Middle School in Pennsylvania. I joined Classroom 2.0 because I'm always looking for new ways to engage my students in reading and writing.